Summary: Lily Potter is a nurse in the Terminal Ward at St. Mungo's. And sometimes, even the love of her life cannot help her get over the pain, the destruction left behind by death. Because some things cannot be healed.
Part II of the "Liy; Wilting During Blossom" Trilogy. Sequel to Not Quite Miraculous. Part III ("Unreachable") will be here soon! (each fic stands for itself, but they all center around Lily, and connect in certain aspects.)
Summary: Ron had always been the sidekick but after missing the final battle he felt useless. As his life seems to crumble around him he gets a chance to see the World as if Ron Weasley had never existed.
AU because Dumbledore is a major figure in the plot and JKR has told us he is really dead.
Everyone tells him it's impossible.
But he knows--he knows--it isn't.
Summary: The story of Remus Lupin’s past and present told from various memories.
Chapter 1: One of Remus’s earliest memories, the faithful day (or night) when his life was changed forever.
Summary: Draco Malfoy is caught in an internal battle. Will he ever be free of it?
Summary: Am I insane? Perhaps. Perhaps not. I have no way of knowing for sure.
Summary: Harry hands Ginny a piece of parchment. She unfolds it slowly and starts to read...
Summary: Ginny reflects.
Summary: I'll never forget the day that letter changed everything between us.
Summary: Just as Ron and Hermione's relationship begins to blossom, a horrific event occurs. Kidnapped by Severus Snape, Hermione is taken to the remains of Malfoy Manor. There, she meets her worst enemy, Draco Malfoy. But somehow, he's different. Will Hermione be lured by Draco's new kindness, or stay true to Ron?
Summary: Matai was expecting to have a semi-calm Shabbat visit with an old friend. However, when he tails his friend to her job so she can take care of something before sundown, he ends up taking her on a cross-country trip to a hospital he doesn’t even think is all that great. Of course, he should have known that the worst things always happen on your day off.
This is the Gauntlet: Second Run submission from invisiblenudnik of Ravenclaw House.
Summary: Tom Riddle knows that his Merope is a charmed woman, but he doesn't quite know how far that goes. When it comes to their wedding day, he tries with all his might to release himself from 'her spell'. Little does he know that magic really might be worked into the situation, and that gaining back control is the hardest thing he can try to do.
Written for the Summer Weddings Challenge by Cruciatus Love of Slytherin.
Summary: Why did Sirius Black go after Peter Pettigrew that night?
Summary: Draco Malfoy has had enough of everyone telling him who he is. He's had enough of other people wanting him to be who they want him to be. He wants to show the world that he's his own person, and that if he sets his mind on something he will do it. He will show the world that he truely is the dark character he says he is.
Written for the Extra Credit Challenge by Cruciatus Love of Slytherin.
Summary: An anonymous person has been sending letters to Harry. He is told to carry out a "secret task" according to a set of instructions, and if he fails, the consequences will be strange and unusual. His best friends' lives may also be at stake. After several unsuccessful attempts to ignore the letters, Harry reluctantly decides to carry out the task, only to learn a very unexpected moral at the end.
She shouts.... He storms off.... He realises it's a mistake and returns - will she still be waiting for him?
Summary: Even though Draco is the taller of the two, they always fall asleep like this....
A story about how Draco proposed to Harry.
Summary: Lily Evans looks like your average goody-two-shoes on the surface, so why would James Potter, trouble-maker extraordinaire, fall for her? What if James saw a side of Lily that she rarely let anyone see? Get ready to see Lily teach James a few lessons... and vice versa.
Summary: He was the sly, rambunctious troublemaker. She was the smart, fiery redhead. Their choices were either black or white and not a shade of gray. Their devotion couldn't be swayed, their bravery always prevailed, and there was no halfway in love. They were the best book on teenage tragedy with many simply regrets. But like shooting stars, Lily and James Potter shined and then faded.
Summary: She is determined to show them that she too, is a capable witch.